National UPVC Recycling company CNC Recycling are delighted to have taken delivery of the first of two new brand new IVECO S-way tractor units.
Purchased as part of an ongoing fleet replacement and improvement scheme. These vehicles come fully equipped to ensure drivers comfort whilst travelling the length and breadth of the UK collecting UPVC for recycling.
Operations and Logistic Director Richie Knaggs commented “This represents our continued investment in growth and a commitment to our customers - providing them with the quality of service that they deserve. This commitment to service is the very ethos of the company and something we pride ourselves on.
The new Iveco’s also support our valued members of staff, giving them the comfort and tools to do their fantastic work to the best of their ability.
We've tried to make it as comfortable as possible for our drivers by specifying that the trucks come with microwaves, fridge freezers and tv's. To be able to purchase them both from Mike Hooker at North East Truck and Van in Billingham was very pleasing as it supports local business.”
This investment underlines CNC Recycling’s strategic growth and improvement this year which also includes investments in staff training, IT development, collection vehicles and new production equipment.
It further supports the company’s infrastructure as it opens its 11th UPVC Recycling hub in Stratford Upon Avon in July as it looks to continue to be a trusted and reliable recycling partner for fenestration industry companies.